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Worth remembering: words from American veterans

In the spirit of Veterans Day, the Cullman Revenue Commissioner and staff wish to thank all veterans who have helped to make America free. We are the home of the free because of the brave. THE AMERICAN DREAM MEANS GIVING IT YOUR ALL, TRYING YOUR HARDEST, ACCOMPLISHING SOMETHING. THEN, I’LL ADD TO THAT, GIVING SOMETHING…

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Worth remembering: words from American veterans

In the spirit of Veterans Day 2021, the Cullman Revenue Commissioner and staff wish to thank all veterans who have helped to make America free. We are the home of the free because of the brave. “MY FELLOW AMERICANS, ASK NOT WHAT YOUR COUNTRY CAN DO FOR YOU, ASK WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR…

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October 1 marks the start of the 2021 property tax collection period

October 1, 2021 marks the start of the collection period for the 2021 property taxes. All property taxes become due for real and personal property on October 1 and are payable through December 31, 2021 with no additional interest or penalties. All Cullman County property owners will be mailed their annual property tax notices on…

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Cullman Revenue Commissioner announces new online tag purchase option

In response to customer demand for online tag registration, car owners now have an easy option for registering newly purchased vehicles through the Cullman Revenue Commissioner’s office. Launching August 26, 2021, the TagIT Registrations online tool allows each customer to upload a bill of sale, title application, driver’s license, and proof of insurance directly into…

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Revenue Commissioner issues reminder for older homeowners

Property owners turning 65 years old before October 1, 2021 may visit a Revenue Commission office to update their homestead exemptions for the 2022 collection year. Homestead exemptions are discounts on your property taxes for your PRIMARY RESIDENCE ONLY. (Second homes and non-owner occupied homes do not qualify for this over-age 65 exemption.) To sign…

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